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Back then, there was a lack of suitable ingredients and proper cooking equipment so English settlers were unable to make their traditional suet puddings.
For the uninitiated, haggis is a Scottish delicacy of sheep or calf offal mixed with oatmeal, suet and seasoning boiled in a bag (often from the animal’s stomach).
That’s the kind of winter that calls for venison sausages braised in wine, meatballs in a goulash sauce, Irish stew with dumplings heavy on the beef suet.
The frozen suet will shatter nicely and not make a slippery mess.
All the recipes contain a key ingredient that will give some cooks pause: beef suet.
Keep the feeders stocked with a dry, fresh, diverse offering of seeds and add a suet dough cake to spice things up.
At her Denver home, Tinianow maintains three birdfeeders and a suet hanger.
Along with currents and/or dried fruit, the dessert's most notable ingredient is suet, or beef or mutton fat.
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: a type of hard fat that is found in cows and sheep
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